Springdale car accident attorney

Hey everyone! I've been hanging around the Taylor King Law Firm and boy, do I have some stories for you! I was asking the attorneys how they all became the great drivers they are today, and they shared some funny tales of the "potholes" they hit along the way.

And guess what?! Taylor King himself had the most to share! I picked some of my favorite driving stories to tell yall:

"I actually didn't get my license until I was in college. After getting married and moving 30 minutes away from the school's campus, I realized I had to have a license. I took driver's education in high school but still had to take a driver's test. At that point it had been years since I have driven, so my mother-in-law gave me driving lessons! We definitely bonded over the experience." - Noelle Skaff

"Once before I was old eough to drive, my oldest brother and I were at home talking and he brought up the subject of driving. I was somewhat curious about learning to drive but was still content taking the bus to school at that point. But being the bossy big brother he was (and still is at times), he talked me into getting behind the wheel of his car and going for a spin. He considered it my first "driving lesson" - but to make a long story short, we didn't get very far before we ended up needing a tow car. I was traumatized by that little ride of ours for quite a while!" - Britt Johnson

 "Not long after I got my first license, I got into a fender-bender. I was driving a 1991 Chevy Lumina, my grandmother's old car, so of course we didn't have the collision insurance that would have paid for the damage. Instead, my dad sent me to his mechanic friend's shop and had me do body work myself with a little help from the pros. I started with a white car and ended up with a white car with a blue hood and fender." - Jay Neal

"When I was in college I spent more time push-starting my five-speed Opel Manta than actually driving it! One year during spring break my mother let me borrow her Ford LTD station wagon to drive to Big Ben National Park with my friends. We would have to make stops to fill up the oil in the engine - on a 13-hour trip to the border of Mexico! When we finally got there, we may or may not have slipped across the Rio Grande river to eat tacos.

But my favorite story? It'd have to be the time I was planning my move from Arkadelphia to Fayetteville to attend law school. I didn't have the money to rent a UHaul, so a generous friend offered to loan me his truck. He forgot to mention that it was a DUMP TRUCK. Needless to say, I made some other arrangements." - Taylor King

 

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